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VANCOUVER — The BC Lions announced Tuesday that seven members of its 2017 CFL Draft class have agreed to terms on contracts with the team.
The club also announced that it has added Simon Fraser offensive lineman Evan Telford along with national quarterback Frederic Paquette-Perrault from McGill University under the CFL’s quarterback internship program.
|Jeremy Zver||Offensive Lineman||Regina||2nd Rnd, 16th Ovrl|
|Frederic Chagon||Linebacker||Montreal||3rd Rnd, 24th Ovrl|
|Nate Hamlin||Defensive Back||Carleton||4th Rnd, 33rd Ovrl|
|Edward Godin||Defensive Lineman||Laval||5th Rnd, 42nd Ovrl|
|Dakota Brush||Fullback||Mount Allison||6th Rnd, 51st Ovrl|
|Jordan Herdman||Linebacker||Simon Fraser||7th Rnd, 60th Ovrl|
|Mitchell Hillis||Receiver||Saskatchewan||8th Rnd, 69th Ovrl|
First-year Leos will arrive at the team’s practice facility at various times on Wednesday before making their way to Kamloops tomorrow evening. The Lions will hold a three-day mini-camp from Thursday, May 25 to Saturday, May 27 before the entire team hits the field on Sunday.